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Description: Trademark Litigation/Prosecution

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 3-5 years of trademark prosecution, clearance and litigation experience. Fluency in Spanish or Mandarin preferred.

Founded during WWI, this Chicago firm now has over 150 attorneys focused on IP and supported by a full complement of scientific advisors, patent agents and paralegals. The firm litigates, counsels and prosecutes patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, Internet and related areas of law. They work in disciplines including electrical, chemical, mechanical, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, nanotechnology and computer technology, as well as in trademarks or brand names for a wide variety of products and services.

Years Experience: (3 - 5)


Bar Requirements: Illinois


Location: USA - IL - Chicago

Date Opened: 05/06/2020

Code: 4506908

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